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What happens if you move before K-1 interview?

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My fiancee is working and residing in another country currently. I filed the petition with the intent of her visa being processed and her interview taking place there. It shouldn't be a problem, but there is a remote chance that she might have to move back to her home country before she would be contacted for her interview and hopefully receiving her K-1 visa. What would happen? Would I need to file a new I-129F then since the relevant embassy would now be in her home country? Can a request be made to have the file transferred? I just would like an idea what I would be looking at if it came to this. I'm guessing an all new filing...

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make sure your in regular contact with USCIS if she happen to move and also be prepared to contact NVC cause there are the ones that's going to forward it to the consulate....be ready to act when the petition is approved :thumbs:


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make sure your in regular contact with USCIS if she happen to move and also be prepared to contact NVC cause there are the ones that's going to forward it to the consulate....be ready to act when the petition is approved :thumbs:

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make sure your in regular contact with USCIS if she happen to move and also be prepared to contact NVC cause there are the ones that's going to forward it to the consulate....be ready to act when the petition is approved :thumbs:

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